You must go aboard
, Humphrey, and find out," she said.
I had to go aboard
to get some money," I remarked casually, as we drank, in the hope Nelson would take it as an explanation of why I had let him treat six consecutive times.
I refused to go aboard
her, and flung myself full length on the deck.
Livesey were seated together, finishing a quart of ale with a toast in it, before they should go aboard
the schooner on a visit of inspection.
Her family, one of the wealthiest in Devonshire, cut up rough about it, and we eloped--are eloping rather, for on the day that you and I walked to the landing stage to go aboard
this steamer she and her faithful servant, a negress, passed us, driving to the ship Morrow.
We can go aboard
, get the child, and return without the slightest fear.
When he presented himself to take and pay for his passage, it had been suggested to him that being an able seaman he might as well work it and save the money, but this piece of advice he very indignantly rejected: saying, 'He'd be damned but for once he'd go aboard
ship, as a gentleman.
That's the 'Rajah,' and we will go aboard
if we can.
Why did some go aboard
the Iolaire at Kyle of Lochalsh and others on the Sheila, the ferry that went home safely that night?
This Mobile Salon Expo event will have real Mobile Salons & Exhibits on display for you to see and go aboard
to test out.
The ability to refuel the space station is imperative for astronauts to go aboard
the orbiting lab for periods of up to six months at a time, which the Chinese plan to do in about five years' time.
The company said a factory acceptance test was recently completed for the radar planned to go aboard
LCS 21, following the already planned installations of TRS-4D aboard LCS 17 and LCS 19.
I first learned about Newcastle's interest a few years ago but wanted to go aboard
and play," he said.
He said: "I first learned about Newcastle's interest a few years ago but wanted to go aboard
Asked what she found attractive about him Ted replied: "I was full of adventure and she wanted to go aboard